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4 Jul 2014 Technology

SYNTELL SUSTAINABILITY FORUM 2014 2014 – AFRICA’S THINK TANK FORUM FOR MUNICIPALITIES

The ability of local government, municipalities and road traffic authorities to successfully maintain financial sustainability has become paramount in South Africa and across the continent. Even though there is increased pressure from regulators, rate-payers and governments to maximise revenue management to ensure service delivery, many municipalities face severe financial burdens stemming from their reduced capacity […]

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CITY TRAFFIC OFFICERS AND SYNTELL TO DONATE SUPPLIES TO SAFE-HOUSES DURING CHILD PROTECTION WEEK

City of Cape Town Traffic Officers, together with Syntell, will visit two safe-houses for women and children on Wednesday 30 May and Thursday 31 May 2012 to donate food parcels, appliances, clothing and toys. This forms part of their contribution to Child Protection Week. Place of Hope, established in 2001 and situated in Crawford, is […]

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30 Nov 2011 Technology

BIG BROTHER FOR CAPE ROADS

Three state-of-the art, hi-tech systems are being planned to monitor traffic and to try to reduce road deaths on Western Cape roads. The provincial transport ministry has revealed plans to introduce the latest camera and tracking technology to keep a closer eye on motorists. The plans include: * Satellite trackers in all public transport vehicles, […]

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25 Aug 2011 Technology

MEDIA STATEMENT BY ROBIN CARLISLE, MINISTER OF TRANSPORT AND PUBLIC WORKS

Today, 25 August 2011, it is one year since the tragic events that took place at the Buttskop level crossing in Blackheath. And yet yesterday we were rocked by yet another senseless tragedy claiming the lives of 16 of our precious children in Knysna. I am glad therefore to have some positive news. Within two […]

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20 Sep 2010 Technology

ONE-STOP BLACK EXECUTIVES RELOCATION SHOP

THE WESTERN Cape workplace has often been slated as a difficult environment for black executives to successfully Integrate into, when relocating from other parts of the country. Steve Katz, director of Isilumko Staffing and Its specialist accounting and financial services recruitment division. Isilumko Accounting, says this view has been widely expressed by the black executives […]

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23 Sep 2009 Technology

VIBRANT CALL CENTRE INDUSTRY OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES FOR GRADUATES AND SCHOOL LEAVERS

Depiste the prevailing economic conditions and the somewhat gloomy forecast for the job market in the short term, there are some industries which still offer enormous opportunities for school leavers and candidates who may have completed some form of tertiary education. According to Nritika Singh, managing director of lsilumko Staffing, a national recruitment company which […]

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18 Mar 2009 Technology

HEAT BUILDS UP OVER CTN TRAFFIC CONTRACT

TCS TOTAL CLIENT SOLUTIONS (TCS) is not satisfied the City of Cape Town “applied its mind correctly” in awarding its archrival Syntell the RlOO million contract to manage the city’s traffic fine collection service. TCS MD Shaheed Mohammed says he has asked the city for information as to how the contract was awarded. He adds […]

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2 Mar 2009 Technology

SYNTELL SNAPS UP R100M DEAL

Solutions Company Syntell will take over Cape Town’s entire road traffic management system from Total Client Services (TCS) from 1 July. This secures Syntell a potential R100 million revenue stream for the next three years. TCS has held the contract since May 2005. Its contract was mainly to manage the back-office solutions, while Syntell managed […]

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23 Feb 2009 Technology

BATTLE OVER TRAFFIC CAMERAS FOR CITY ROADS ENDS IN COURT

The battle between two service providers of traffic cameras for the City of Cape Town has ended, with Syntell ordered to relocate its analogue cameras so that Total Traffic Solutions can install its digital cameras as requested by the city. But now Total Client Services (TCS), formerly known as Labat, has been told by the […]

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12 Nov 2008 Technology

CALL CENTRES OFFER GROWING CAREER CHOICES

Despite the prevailing economic conditions and the somewhat gloomy forecast for the job market in the short term, there are some industries that still offer enormous opportunities for school leavers and candidates with some form of tertiary education. Call centres form part of a growing industry locally and globally, says Nritika Singh, managing director of […]

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